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Hill Country Spanish Hacienda
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Hill Country Spanish hacienda embraced with natural light all around. Relaxing courtyard in the middle of the home open to a starry night and the relaxing sounds of a soothing water fountain. Surround system ambience throughout. Welcoming kitchen, spacious bedrooms, roomy living room and bar area. An immense master bath with a double sided fireplace equipped with 6 shower heads plus a rain shower. 3 Car garage and an outdoor sitting area with fireplace facing wooded acreage.
Stylish, Cozy Home in East Austin!
  • $85/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (2)
  • 2
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Close to downtown Austin and UT, this location is in the heart of Austin.
Charming East Austin Bungalow with Gardens
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Charming East Austin bungalow with front and back gardens. The original part of the home was built in 1940, with a back extension added in 2016. The 1940s part of the home has original dark hardwood floors and the 2016 back addition has concrete floors. Old and new are blended seamlessly throughout the home. The home is wired for sound throughout (including the backyard, master bedroom, and master bath) and a phone can be connected to the sound system via bluetooth to play music. The front garden is manicured with hedges and roses. The back garden is wild and romantic -- a combination of rockscaping, rose bushes, butterfly garden, and other native Texas plants. The backyard is surrounded by mature trees and a fence covered in climbing jasmine, making the backyard feel completely private. The backyard has a long wooden table with bench seating that can comfortably seat 8-10 people. The backyard also has a side deck and grill. The side deck is accessible from the backdoor to the kitchen and sliding glass doors from the master bedroom and hallway into the back addition. The deck also has four deck chairs that fully recline for sunbathing. The house is equipped with a gourmet, chef's kitchen (four burner Viking range). The kitchen has black cabinetry, a farm house sink, gold finishes, metal and wooden countertops, and a shiplap backsplash. The kitchen is open to the small dining room (with a white round dining table with seating for four) and the formal living room. The living room has a large, gas fireplace that turns on via remote control. Opposite the living room is a den with a built-in bar, wine fridge, and bookcase, which is used to display a collection of vintage crystal glassware. There is also a TV in this room. The house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a small office. The two guest rooms are located next to bathrooms, but the bathrooms are not attached. Guest room 1 is next to a bathroom with a standup shower, tiled in vintage white hexagon tile. The finishes -- like all the finishes in the house --- are gold. Guest room 2 is next to a bathroom with a shower/tub combination with the same white hexagon tile. The master bedroom looks out onto the back garden through sliding glass doors. There is an on-suite bathroom with a shower and freestanding bathtub. There is a marble, double sink. Again, everything has gold finishes. There is also a washer and dryer unit off the kitchen, next to the office. A site rep may be needed depending on length and type of event.
Shopping Mall with a dense population in Austin
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
At the intersection of two main Austin thoroughfares including I-35, with a dense population. Our Shopping Center is available for Photo Shoot, Pop Up, Retail, Filming, Film Shoot, Influencer, Production, Video Shoot, Dance Shoot, Music Video, Sound Stage, Art Exhibit, Art Show, Corporate Event, Meeting, Corporate Meeting, Outdoor Event, Event, Gathering, Function Please contact us directly for more information

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About Austin

Austin has topped the list of the best places to live in America several times. It comes down to the city’s affordability, quality of life, and job prospects. The Texas capital also featured on Travel and Leisure's 2020 list of the nation's top 15 cities to visit. An array of outdoor activities are supported year-round thanks to the city's mild climate that is defined by about 300 sunny days.

Recognized as a hotbed for technology, Austin is prime grounds for innovation and startups. With several tech companies headquartered in the city, it earned the nickname "Silicon Hills." Everything is also supersized in Texas and it isn't any different in Austin; juicy barbecues and tasty Tex-Mex breakfasts are some of the city's favorites.

For these reasons and more, consider choosing an Austin wedding reception venue for your impending nuptials.

Wedding Reception Options in Austin

The wedding reception essentially serves as the icing on the cake when two people vow to spend the rest of their lives together. With friends and family gathered to witness the exchange, it's only natural to conclude the day with a grand celebration. The long list of wedding vendors in Austin waiting to offer a helping hand are just a phone call away.

  • Equipment
    Toasting the newlyweds is one of the traditions most receptions observe. These days, a technology aspect is part of the event, with slideshows capturing the bride and groom's special moments played before the toasts commence. Most wedding reception venues in Austin are decked out with screens for this specific purpose but it's still possible to outsource the equipment needed for outdoor functions.

  • Catering
    Texas is essentially the "Land of Meat," and food trucks are stationed just about everywhere offering a selection of excellent barbecues. A quick snapshot of the Austin food scene includes Ramen Tatsu-ya's tasty ramen, Torchy's Tacos delectable queso, and Dolce Neve's refreshing gelatos. It isn't that difficult to come up with a suitable wedding reception menu with such vast inspirations.

  • Entertainment
    The reason why Austin is dubbed the "Live Music Capital of the World" is that the city lives up to the expectation. The Austin City Limits and the South by South West festivals are prime examples of what defines the Texas capital's music scene. A visit to the city isn't complete without sampling some musical action. It starts at the airport when travelers are welcomed by live music and a dip in the Barton Springs punctuated with live music at a pecan grove comes highly recommended. Finding music for your wedding reception venue will be a breeze.

  • Party Supplies
    Whether you go with a DJ or live band for your reception; music is just one of the ways to create a specific mood for your reception. You want to amplify the tone with the right decorations and that's where Austin party supply stores will help. From the wedding invitations down to themed napkins for the tables; you can get it all in Austin.

  • Photography
    Photography is an important aspect of every event, and you also want to work with the best photographer in Austin to document your wedding bash. The special memories from the occasion will last a lifetime but photos encapsulate the key moments from the function.

Wedding Reception Companies in Austin

Most people envision walking down the aisle only once, and it's the reason they want to make it a grand celebration. Even if it's your second time going down to the altar; you want everything to flow seamlessly, and working with a wedding planner in Austin guarantees a stress-free experience.

  • Austin Wedding Planners, LLC
    Voted the Wedding Wire Couple's Choice for five years consecutively, Austin Wedding Planners, LLC has a strong track record organizing unforgettably unique events. They vow to carry your vision with care and in turn, produce the traditional, creative, or unconventional event you have in mind. The planner also connects you to the best Austin wedding reception venue, florists, DJs, and rental companies who can help you put together a wonderful day.

  • Something To Celebrate
    You are undoubtedly in great hands when collaborating with Something To Celebrate for your wedding reception. They take the word “professional” to the next level, with a $1 million commercial liability policy backing up the planning process. The team is detail-oriented and creates custom plans to suit the individual needs of each client.

  • Pearl Events Austin
    Pearl Events Austin is the right planner to transform your refined and embellished, simple and classic, or raw and edgy into reality. Their range of services includes organizing social and corporate events as well as weddings.

Pros and Cons of Wedding Receptions in Austin

Every city has wonderful things about it. Take a look at the pros and cons of having your wedding reception in Austin.


  • Weather
    Austin experiences about 300 days of sunshine making it the ideal destination for outdoor gatherings, weddings included. The weather supports activities like taking a dip in the Lady Bird Lake located in South Congress or the Colorado River.
  • The arts and music scene
    Nothing shapes Austin's culture as much as the arts and music scene. There's always something going on in town, and the festivals, in particular, attract audiences from all around the world. Get ready for great wedding reception entertainment.

  • Increasing diversity
    The Texas capital attracts people from different ethnicities and demographics. The blend of cultures gives the city new perspectives while also enriching its culture.

  • Gas is affordable
    A vehicle is a necessity for Austin natives but the cost of operating a car in the city is more affordable compared to elsewhere. This bodes well for saving gas as you plan and prepare for the wedding.

  • Great place to invest in property
    The city keeps growing and in turn, the property market in Austin is strengthened. As long as the influx of newcomers descends on the Texas capital, it's a sound decision to invest in rental properties. More opportunities means more companies available for events.


  • Traffic is terrible
    Besides having to rely on a vehicle to get around in Austin, traffic can become unbearable at times. The growing population has a hand in it and it also puts a strain on the available infrastructure. Keep traffic woes in mind as you choose a wedding reception venue.

  • It's still a Texas city
    While the city has made strides in fostering diversity, the slogan "keep Austin weird" prevails. Liberal views are still not universally accepted particularly when it comes to same-gender marriages and gun ownership.

  • Not a sports-centric city
    Austin isn't what you’d describe as a sports fan's stomping ground because it doesn't have a pro sports team to speak of in the first place. The city still has its unique sports culture with plenty of recreational opportunities on offer.

  • Parking
    A busy city means parking can be tough anywhere that business is booming. If your Austin wedding reception venue is in a busy location, be aware of the parking complexities.

  • You'll need an air-conditioning system
    The weather is pleasant for almost the entire year but the rising summer temperatures can get unbearable. An air conditioning system is necessary to make the wedding reception conditions indoors more comfortable.

Famous Locations in Austin

  • Barton Springs Pool
    Andrew Jackson Zilker, who is recognized as the city's earliest philanthropist, gifted the area's residents a 360-acre oasis better known as the Zilker Park. Located in downtown Austin, it houses the Zilker Botanical Garden, Zilker Hillside Theater, and the Barton Springs Pool. The spring-fed water body is a popular swimming spot that's topped off with an irresistible grassy hillside for sunbathing.

  • Historic Scoot Inn
    Considered the oldest bar in the state of Texas, the Historic Scoot Inn dates back to 1871. The landmark venue has since hosted an endless list of musical and private events. Located in East Austin, the venue has undergone aesthetic renovations through the years but still maintains its soulful character.

  • Bullock Texas State Museum
    The history and culture of Texas are in full display at the Bullock Texas State Museum. Most notably, that's where you'll find the Story of Texas exhibit which showcases artifacts capturing key moments defining the state's history. The museum also has an IMAX theater that plays newly released films as well as educational movies. Book a premier rooftop lounge in Austin nearby the Bullock Texas State Museum for extraordinary views of the city's skyline for your wedding reception.